I was so delighted and honored to be a part of the J. Banks Design renovation project recently completed at the Park Lane Hotel and Suites on Hilton Head Island. Designer Jenny Ladutko selected four images from my portfolio that were local to the area and I created one specifically to hang in the common seating area outside the grand ballroom. Jenny wanted something local, timeless, top-quality, but was also working with a very specific color pallet and budget. Many of my images can be tailored to suit whatever custom projects you have. The image directly below is an example of how I manipulated the color pallet in order to coordinate with the subtle coastal tones in the space. It is just one the many ways in which I can create something beautiful, sophisticated, and unique that sets projects apart from the rest, all while staying on budget. Whether it’s simply working with color tones or printing on different materials such as fine art paper, wood, metal, canvas, silk, or even leather...
Throughout my photography career, I have been blessed with the opportunity to work with some of my very best friends. One of my very favorite people is the very talented, Melissa Nocks, owner of Mel Nocks Photography and Dear Lissie in Greenville, South Carolina. I was thrilled when she asked me to photograph not just one but TWO weddings with her in the lowcountry over the weekend.
After a full Saturday of wedding photography on Hilton Head Island, we made our way to Magnolia Plantation on Sunday for the second of the two. Located near Charleston, Magnolia Plantation is home to one of the oldest gardens in America. If you’ve never been there, it definitely needs to be a priority on your bucket list. It is absolutely breathtaking. I had fun scouting the grounds for good places to take some landscapes. I only wish I had had more time to actually create them. I have included some outtakes in this post that I hope you will enjoy. I am currently working on a list of places I would like...
I am so excited that my photograph was selected as one of the top 25 images in my category in the 2015 SCW/Hampton Fund Photo Contest. My entry was chosen to appear in the TOP 100 Gallery at the 2015 Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic, March 27-29, 2015, in Columbia at the State Fair Grounds.
The Classis is open:
Friday, March 27 - Noon until 8:00 pm
Saturday, March 28 - 9:00 am until 7:00 pm
Sunday, March 29 - 11:00 am until 6:00 pm
If you're planning on going to the Classic, stop by the Moore Building and check out the winners!